Mirvin

Mirvin

Lives in United States Crossville, United States
Works as a Retired
Joined on Aug 18, 2012

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  • I have a 27" iMac it works on mine with one little issue.  When I first installed the software it would not work.  After searching around I found that  there was a problem with the software.  Not ...
  • Yes providing the image will mount. An example:   Backing up to a NAS unit using striped raid w/parity disk.  If one of the disks fail the data written natively to the unit will be rebuilt when the ...
  • You  have something strange going on.  I would be very mindful of my backup's.  I would say it could be a problem with you HD,  I just went through that myself.  Right now I'm waiting for a ...
  • I also use backblaze, it works well. I've been using it for a couple years and keep 750 GB stored on their site. It's $5 per month for unlimited storage, less if you pay by the year. Some rather ...
  • Because for some reason the system did not provide to "Quote" function.  It just came out the way it shows.
  • Potemtially greater than a single SATA SSD, but not the better PCIe SSDs you now see in most Macs, including the iMacs. The Fusion Drives on the current iMacs bring in around 700MBps for read and ...
  • No i actually have 2  4TB Thunderbolt raid units, and 2 8TB Raid NAS units. My third Thunderbolt  raid unit  10 TB should be delivered next week. Mike
  • What I have done in the past ( and still do) , is to process my images. Then crop them for 16 x 9 display.  I use Aperture, then export them @ 2132 x 1200 pix.  That is 2.5 time the required 853 x ...
  • I'm coming late to the party, and I didn't read all the threads so my info may be old hat.  SSD internal or external can be very expensive. I have an iMac with with a fusion drive.  I only keep my ...
  • That is a big Issue.  I am constantly exporting projects as a Temp  library, then passing it back and for to another person over the network.  Then once all work is completed its re-importing it ...
  • I'm not sure thats the case.  I am and have been a Aperture user since before Apple showed Adobe the future in editing software.  Because of all the noise about LR 5 about two weeks ago I ...
  • I'm sure adobe will be in the photo editing business for our life time.  That is their main income stream.   I think their business model is evolving.  Rather than trying to constantly creating a ...
  • You almost have all that with a laptop.  If you add an external display, then a external drive for a work drive, or backup, a card reader, maybe a little portable DVD reader.  The next thing you ...
  • How did you guess.  Thats the plan.  She has a 21.5" now.  When she got it I tried to talk her into a 27" , but she insisted that she didn't want to give all the desk real estate to a computer. ...
  • Depends, as always.  I use Aperture, and it uses the graphics card GPU & Memory.  I tried using Lightroom 5.3, and found that it takes about 3 times as long to load image files as Aperture. I'm ...
  • I don't think I would worry about the lack of internal storage.  With Thunderbolt the storage is unlimited, and the speed is faster that internal storage.  I am using an iMac with a fusion drive ...
  • Being a Aperture user I decided to try light room.  After purchasing a license that is the first thing that I noticed.  Lightroom takes takes at least 3 times as long to load an image file as ...
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